Name: WANG Huimin, Ph D; Birth: February, 1967
Professor of Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Director of Qianyanzhou Ecological Research Station, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1986 – 1990. Bachelor of Agriculture gained in Forestry Sciences, Shenyang Agricultural University, Shenyang, China.
1990 – 1993. Master of Science gained in Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China.
1997 – 2000. Doctor of Engineering gained in Environmental Chemistry, University of Toyama, Toyama, Japan. Professional Experiences:
1993 – 1995, junior research scientist, Commission for Integrated Survey of Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.
1995 – 1997, guest research scientist, University of Toyama, Toyama, Japan.
2000 – 2001, postdoctoral researcher, University of Toyama, Japan.
2001 – 2004, project scientist (NEDO Fellow), New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Japan
2004 – 2007, project scientist, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan .
2007 – present, research professor, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Areas of Specialization:
1) Carbon, water and nutrient cycling (including ecosystem carbon and water exchange, soil respiration, plant photosynthesis and transpiration) of forest ecosystem;
2) Ecosystem services evaluation for natural and artificial forests;
3) Forest ecosystem management in improving the function of degraded ecosystems.
1) Wang Y., Wang H.*, Wang Z.-L., Zhang W., Guo C., Wen X., Liu Y. 2012. Optimizing manual sampling schedule for estimating annual soil CO2 efflux in a young exotic pine plantation in subtropical China. European Journal of Soil Biology 52, 41-47.
2) Wang Y, Wang Z.-L., Wang H.*, Guo C., Bao W., 2012. Rainfall pulse primarily drives litterfall respiration and its contribution to soil respiration in a young exotic pine plantation in subtropical China. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42, 657-666. doi:10.1139/X2012-017.
3) Zhang W.-J., Wang H.-M.*, Yang F.-T., Yi Y.-H., Wen X.-F., Sun X.-M., Yu G.-R., Wang Y.-D., Ning J.-C. 2011. Underestimated effects of low temperature during early growing season on carbon sequestration of a subtropical coniferous plantation, Biogeosciences, 8, 1667-1678, doi:10.5194/bg-8-1667-2011.
4) Wang Y., Li Q., Wang H.*, Wen X., Yang F., Ma Z., Liu Y., Sun X., Yu G. 2011, Precipitation frequency controls interannual variation of soil respiration by affecting soil moisture in a subtropical forest plantation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 41, 1897-1906. doi:10.1139/X11-105.
5) Zhang W., Wang H.*, Wen X., Ma Z., Yang F., Sun X., Yu G. 2011. Freezing-induced loss in carbon uptake of a subtropical coniferous plantation in southern China. Annals of Forest Science, 68 (6), 1151-1161. doi 10.1007/s13595-011-0120-0.
6) Wen X.-F., Wang H.-M., Yu G.-R., Sun X.-M. 2010. Ecosystem carbon exchange of a subtropical evergreen coniferous plantation subjected to seasonal drought, 2003–2007, Biogeosciences, 7, 357-369.
7) Wang Y., Wang H.*, Ma Z., Wen X., Li Q., Liu Y., Sun X., Yu G. 2009. Contribution of aboveground litter decomposition to soil respiration in a subtropical coniferous plantation in southern China, Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 45 (2), 137-147.
8) Wang H., Saigusa N., Yamamoto S., Kondo H., Hirano T., Toriyama A., Fujinuma Y. 2004. Net ecosystem CO2 exchange over a larch forest in Hokkaido, Japan. Atmospheric Environment 38 (40), 7021-7032.
9) Wang H., Hasegawa K., Kagaya S. The nitration of pyrene adsorbed on silica particles by nitrogen dioxide. Chemosphere, 2000, 41 (9), 1479-1484.
10) Wang H., Hasegawa K., Kagaya S. Effect of nitrous acid gas on the nitration of pyrene adsorbed on silica particles by nitrogen dioxide. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A—Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 2000, 35 (5), 755-763.
11) Wang H., Hasegawa K., Kagaya S. Nitration of pyrene adsorbed on silica particles by nitrogen dioxide under simulated atmospheric conditions. Chemosphere, 1999, 39 (11), 1923-1936.
Major Research Projects:
1） Forest structure optimization and its potential benefit on improving ecosystem services in Southern China (the Knowledge Innovation Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences);
2） Carbon and water cycling process of subtropical forest ecosystem and its response to the human and natural disturbances (Hundred Talents Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences);
3） Maintenance mechanism of plant and soil biodiversity in subtropical forest ecosystem (Important international cooperation program of National Natural Science Foundation of China)
4） Study on the structure, function and management of artificial forest ecosystem in China. (National Key Basic Research Program of China, Ministry of Science and Technology)
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research
Chinese Academy of Sciences
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